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msmcmillan

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  1. i really wish there was more info on this position. I'm guessing because its not that popular. Not too many people apply for this position like Transit, Police or Sanitation. When I took the exam last year there were only six people including me.
  2. Okay, so I found out a little info: As of now, DCAS is still working on Exam #2324. They are up to list no. 760 . This list number was called the week of August 10. I don't now how many people took the exam, but I doubt it's more than 1,000. Whenever they are done with that exam, I believe #3306 and 3307 are next before they call the exams from last year. I think less than 1,000 people took the exams 3306 and 3307. When I find out the exact numbers, I will post. The link below gives more insight to the MVO position. https://www.civilservicejobnyc.com/job-focus-motor-vehicle-operator-mvo/
  3. Yeah, not anything online regarding MVO. If I am fortunate enough to get hired I will ask Young if I can post the hiring process, promotional opportunities, and exact job duties for those interested.
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    MTA Bus F/T B/O Exam # 7300

    I believe once you successfully pass the medical, you are offered a training date. It can range anywhere from two weeks to four weeks. It all depends on what training classes are open the day your hired, which is the same day you pass the medical. I hope I made sense MTA MAC!
  5. Wow, they seem to be slowing down the process a bit. A few months ago they were full speed with calling us for drug tests! I wonder what number they are up to now? My list # is in the 800's so if they do call it probably won't be this year.
  6. I am hoping for NYPD or FDNY. Honestly, I never saw a woman driving for FDNY so I will rule them out. I'm not really excited for Dept of Ed or Housing, but beggars can't be choosers!
  7. Wow, thanks Young. That was really quick. I didn't think that list would be established any time soon. You have a great list number, if they call you would you still wait for MTA or take the position?
  8. The DMV has openings to become a road tester aka Motor Vehicle License Examiner. Apply and good luck: https://www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/26-611.cfm
  9. That is so screwed up for everyone ready for schoolcar. My list # is 8** and I did the drug test in June. I'm not in a hurry for the medical "if" they do call me in...
  10. msmcmillan

    Bus Operator (TA) Exam 7612

    SMH...(sigh)
  11. msmcmillan

    Bus Operator (TA) Exam 7612

    Wow! I always thought it was a prerequisite to be a dispatcher first. You can become a supt depending on how long you were a bus operator?
  12. msmcmillan

    Bus Operator (TA) Exam 7612

    I can understand that, it was kinda hard...but why (OA) as well? They didn't even establish a list for exam #7105. Also, aren't they still calling from exam# 4105?
  13. Whew...that's good! I got my info from a conductor that lives in my apartment building.
  14. Jay-Oh, Do you know if there will be other classes after the August one? I'm hearing after August thats it for this year for provisional T/O...
  15. msmcmillan

    Passbook for Civil Service Exams

    Quarrybay, You are 100% accurate. I purchased four of these Passbooks and was disappointed when it was test time. I always end up having a wth face when I opened the test booklet. However, they are good for practicing reading comprehension, which is on every civil service test!

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